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Weapons Of Any Kind Prohibited Aluminum Sign (Diamond Reflective)
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Weapons Of Any Kind Prohibited Aluminum Sign (Diamond Reflective)

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Ensure Safety with Our Premium-Quality ‘Weapons Of Any Kind Prohibited’ Aluminum Signs

  • 63 mil thick, rustproof aluminum is used as base material.
  • Graphics made of 3M™ diamond grade™ DG³ reflective sheeting series.
  • Digitally printed signs are made of 440 microns thick graphic material.
  • Laminated for weather, abrasion, & chemical resistance.
  • Signs offer 12-years of durability with lamination.
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Long-Lasting ‘Weapons of Any Kind Prohibited’ Aluminum Signs Enhanced with Diamond Reflective Graphics

Looking for signs to maintain the security of your premises, by informing the visitors to leave their weapons out? At Best of Signs, we have designed durable ‘Weapons of Any Kind Prohibited’ aluminum signs to be placed at the entrance, to notify people about your prohibitory rules. Engineered from superior-quality materials, our signs comprise 63 mil thick rustproof aluminum, used as the base material. Digital printed with clear texts and vivid colors, our No Weapons Allowed signs are striking and will inform all visitors clearly.

Graphics of our ‘Weapons of Any Kind Prohibited’ signs are made of 3M™ diamond-grade DG³ reflective sheeting series 4000. The ultra-reflective 440 microns thick graphics with 450 GSM graphic weight offers three times the reflectivity than high-intensity grade signs and ten times more reflectivity than engineer-grade signs. Our robust and sturdy signs offer 12 years of durability with lamination and meet all the required standards. The strong lamination protects these weapons’ prohibited signs from abrasions, extreme weather, and chemical exposure. Furthermore, the high-tech reflectivity helps improve safety by providing higher luminance values at distances most critical to drivers. Order today!

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